Hanna Murray is a third year student in the Honours History with International Relations program at the University of British Columbia. As an Honours History major, her primary research interest is in the social, economic, and political implications of science and technology and the impact that these developments have upon relations between states. Hanna’s interest in international organizations has its origins in her involvement with Model United Nations in which she has participated since secondary school, most recently attending the National Model United Nations conference in New York.
Hanna Murray on Canada’s status as the best G20 country in which to be a woman.
Hanna Murray discusses Egypt’s long history of violence against women and government inaction.
Hanna Murray argues that the prevalence of non-state actors in conflict means that CBRN response must become a central component of NATO operations.
Hanna Murray discusses how gender-based violence within Zaatari refugee camp can be addressed.
Hanna Murray discusses the effectiveness of humanitarian aid in Syria and the utility of Canada’s continued contribution.